Peut-être trop tendre lors de moments critiques, l'Amiral reste tout de même un des pivots dominants de la décennie 90's. Il est d'ailleurs le seul avec Kareem Abdul Jabbar à obtenir les titres de meilleur contreur, meilleur rebondeur et meilleur scoreur. Rafik, Samuel et Paul reviennent sur la carrière du joueur le plus spirituel de la NBA, David Robinson. Podcast produit par Sports Content
Welcome to More to thePoint. In today’s episode, Jonathan Gurwitz sits down with former San Antonio Spurs Hall of Fame player and philanthropist David Robinson. Hear about his commitment to education, his post-San Antonio Spurs life as an entrepreneur and his role as honorary chair of The Gurwitz 2020 International Piano Competition! To connect with David Robinson, click HERE. To learn more about The Gurwitz International Piano Competition, click HERE. If you have any questions about this episode, or want to learn more about KGBTexas, please visit our website, or email us HERE.
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Dave's back! After the events of the Capitol & the Impeachment of Donald Trump, resident political guru David Robinson returns to talk all the goings on in the political world. Before jumping into politics Dave and I take a trip through memory lane as we reflect on the career of Wayne Rooney. Dave, an Everton supporter and Liverpool native, talks about Rooney's early days, we briefly chat about his legacy with the national team, and Dave talks about how small the world is between his family and the Rooney family. We then shift our focus to the topic at hand - POLITICS. We talk censorship and try to make sense of the big tech/mainstream media ban of Donald Trump & conservative voices. We drift into what defines a conspiracy and how these private businesses' are in uncharted waters with the sudden uprising of radicalism on social media. We then talk impeachment: is it worth it? How does the process work? What happens after it's all said and done? On the even of Joe Bidens inauguration, Dave and I reflect on the finals days of the Trump presidency and where we project America to go over the next few months. Make sure you check out Dave's blog at www.davidrobbo.medium.com !
NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson and Daniel Bassichis: Co-Founders of the Admiral Capital Group | #ThePlaybook 320
On this episode of #ThePlaybook, NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson and Daniel Bassichis, co-founders of the Admiral Capital Group, share their thoughts on: [:41] - How their partnership began over a shared desire to impact their communities through education [2:01] - What David’s legendary NBA career taught him about teamwork that he’s been able to apply to leading a business [7:27] - Why COVID has forced the co-founders of Admiral Capital to re-think the way they run the firm and give back at the same time. [9:04] - How to simplify the most valuable lessons in order to better educate and empower the next generation
Equipping Christian Schools For Race Conversations with David Robinson, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast
On today’s episode, Executive Search Consultant, Brain Jensen, talks with David Robinson, Director of Diversity & Inclusion for Grace Community School in Tyler, Texas. David has been a leader in racial conversations in Christian education centers across the country, and he has helped schools structure diversity programming and practices in order to engage in God-honoring ways. Brian talks with David about how to equip Christian schools for this conversation and raise up leaders to cultivate cultural awareness. David and Brian’s conversation provides an encouraging reminder that as believers, we should desire to step in and support each other in striving towards racial equality. Blog: https://www.vanderbloemen.com/blog/diversity-conversation-education-david-robinson
KGI: Innovation in Applied Life Sciences & Healthcare
In this event, KGI Dean of Research Larry Grill interviewed David Robinson, Deputy Director, CMC Vaccines Development and Surveillance at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Dr. Robinson and his team work with internal and external partners to develop and execute CMC strategies and harness advances in science and technology that enable vaccine development to save lives in developing countries. Dr. Robinson has 25 years of experience in global vaccine and biologics product commercialization, process development, and CMC regulatory strategy and execution. He received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley, his PhD from MIT, and did his postdoctoral research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).